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Facebook Ad Account Banned Again.. WTF

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by kchrist8, Nov 21, 2016.

  1. kchrist8

    kchrist8 Newbie

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    Hi,

    I have recently had my FB ad account banned for the 4th time or so. The reason is always due to "unusual activity" or "suspected fraudulent activity" or something of that nature. Every time it has been disabled I have submitted my drivers license and verified my identity and got it reenabled. But when I make my first ad it automatically gets disabled again.

    I have even created new accounts, let them age for 2+ weeks, and when I try to make an ad they have gotten disabled instantly as well. All of the new accounts I have created I have added new payment methods to also, entirely new debit cards.

    The strange part is that I have been using a friends account to advertise for the past 4 months because my account keeps getting disabled, and I have had no problem doing so. I am doing the exact same thing as I was with my account. I have a legitimate ecommerce business and place legitimate ads.

    I figure that maybe I did do something against FB's TOS in the past and now they have my IP address blacklisted or something like that.

    I am looking to get a new IP address to see if this will solve the problem but I'm not sure about how to go about this. Do I need a new wifi router? Or do I need a new modem that is supplied by my internet provider?

    And I'm not even sure this will fix the problem. Is there anyone out there that would be able to help me out????
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Set up a virtual machine and never use the same browser/OS for many accounts. Adobe Flash keeps cookies forever even if you delete them on your browser.

    Also are you cloaking out your links to offers? You probably oughta....
     
  3. enigmadude

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    In my country IP's are dynamic ( my ISP changes my ip address from time to time ).
    If you can log in to the router provided by your ISP, you can try to "release" the ip, and you might get a new one.
    The other thing you can try is use a VPN connection to create and manage a new facebook account.

    Hope this helps.
     
  4. kchrist8

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    Ok, thanks I'll try that. But is Facebook tracking the IP on the modem that my ISP gives me?? Isn't there also an IP address associated with my personal wifi router??
     
  5. kchrist8

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    When you say don't use the same OS for many accounts, what do you mean by that? Should I try using a different computer?
     
  6. Midas777

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    you need to change IP addresses, change the computer, facebook account, and Visa or cc
    depending on your products, image advertising, advertising content that you will have to select the account facebook individuals or businesses have the confidence to deploy advertising without having any problems
     
  7. panty_sniffer

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    thanks for the reply bartsimpsonio i'm wondering the same thing. What is OS? If I use VM with 3 diff browsers should I be able to work on 3 accounts? or best to have a separate VM for each account being worked on?

    I dont have enough posts to link a thread but it seems that member turkeypockets developed and shared a really good way of farming FB accts (thread is called Farming Facebook Ads Accounts: ) . I'm trying to work through this VM / proxy business and how to properly farm or even work on bought accounts.
     
  8. Blogger325

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    I have accounts if interested and can give you some insider tips on how to set up. PM me
     
  9. airex

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    I am trying to create a new ad account to promote the same website that my first 3 ad accounts got banned promoting. I believe the first account was banned for being new and moving too fast, the others because they were linked to the same ad picture/description/and website url. It's a shopify store that I am linking too with a regular .com domain I bought.

    If I make a new account with everything else different (ip,cookies,payment info etc) and I change the shopify domain name will it be linked? Will I be linked by attaching fb pixel to the shopify account?

    Somebody suggested a 301 redirect, is this the same as changing what the default domain is in shopify?

    Also I plan on running it on vmware but with just my regular internet with changed ip routed through to it. I heard using mobile hotspots for fb is bad since they change ip often.
     
  10. jaloslv

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    hi I am interested in this, can you please help me?
     
  11. dennyfar

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    Yes, you can also clear browse cache, or use different browsers such as, chrome, or mozilla....
    Have you ever tried from your friend's house or maybe another place?
     
  12. superhaz

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    That is a good question
     
  13. LAD

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    first time I run FB ads just spend $500 suspended.
     
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    With my fav fake accounts I use on vm with one profil (different mac adress, computer settings, different browser) and use one vpn for one vm.
     
  15. Master FoFo

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    It seems you need my help. Haha, its pretty easy for me to just run a new ads on fb. Let me teach you, FB is treating old accounts as VIP in their advertising and they will not going to ban your old account without any heavy reason. Almost all of us have old FB account and fb know that so the new FB account is very hot with them. Secondly you cannot use the same page with your new fb ads account, because in review time of FB, they also reviewing the page if there is fraudulent or unusual activity, also the products or links that must really appropriate according to your page. 3rd thing is the payment method, they also reviewing it if it is the same name that account has. 4rth thing that they also reviewing is the IP address that you have used in your payment method. They refer on that because we can use FB on many different IP address. New fb account must be treat as your real account in lessthan 3 months, that is the safest! Without doing any business.

    Ok, the reviewer of ads is a real person, and the their algorithm guide them if there is fraud or unusual activity by just connecting all the fraudulent information along your page, new account, IP , the products and your activity with your ads. Believe me, they banned my new account in just changing the budget. In old account they will not going to do that, even if you had lots of unapproved ads. That's why many people buy old accounts of fb and start in all new business.
     
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